2016 News Releases

Kingman man sentenced to 16 years in prison for murder

Release Date: Jul 05, 2016

KINGMAN– (July 5, 2016) – A Kingman man was sentenced today to more than 16 years in prison for murder in the second degree, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.

David Michael Younger, 52, was sentenced in Kingman County District Court by Judge Francis Meisenheimer to 195 months to be served in the Kansas Department of Corrections. In addition, Younger will be required to serve 36 months post release supervision. Younger was convicted in May by a Kingman County jury of murder in the second degree. The conviction stemmed from a crime that occurred in December 2014.

The Kingman County Sheriff’s Office and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation investigated. Assistant Attorneys General Amy Hanley and Kelly McPherron of Schmidt’s office and Matt Ricke, Kingman County Attorney, prosecuted the case.

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